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coast for hillary clinton's visit. >> whoo! >> from los angeles to northern california, everybody seemed to be waiting for the same thing. was she going to give any hints about her plans for 2016? >> we just wanted to show that she has the support that she needs to run for office whenever she decides. >> she is looking quite presidential, i might say. so i believe there was a lot of hints. >> people started chanting "just say yes, just say yes" but she didn't give a direct answer. >> let's look at some of what's behind the talk of inevitability. of course the fund-raising prowess, the organization, the early endorsements. but that's what everybody thought in 2008. and a new republic piece asks the provocative question is hillary's nightmare a democratic party that realizes its soul lies with elizabeth warren. let me bring in jonathan allen, and a politics reporter for the "washington post." good morning. >> good morning. >> so let's start with hillary because she's touring the country doing speaking engagements. she's racking up political chips. let me read this piece. anyone who lived t
night outside a los angeles walmart protesting what they call unfair wages and benefits. joining me now is democratic strategist chris kofinis and robert traynham. good morning, guys. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> at the top of the hour i talked to jason furman, chairman of the council of economic advisers. here's what he said about the minimum wage. >> if you look back, the last time we passed a minimum wage, president bush signed it into law. the time before that, speaker gingrich passed it out of the house. so this should be something that everyone can get behind. >> so, robert, why aren't republicans getting behind it? >> i'm not sure i agree with that, chris. when you take a look at the recent polls, three out of five republicans support a minimum wage. the vast majority of americans -- >> let me correct myself, republicans in congress. >> that's a bit different. specifically the house of representativ representatives, they enclosurely represent more deser conservative districts. what i suspect is that there's going to be some type of a compromise here. it may not be 10.10 a
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